Star Stellar Lite Surf Rods

Star Stellar Lite Surf Rods

Star Stellar Surf rods provide superior rebound strength, hook-setting power, exceptional casting ability and performance. A high modulus graphite blank offers power and responsiveness.

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Model
TD Code
Rod
Type
Line Wt
(lb)
Lure Wt
(oz)
LengthActionGuides
(incl tip)
Foregrip
(cork tape)
Butt
(cork tape)
Price
SG76IS
STA-0149
Spinning6-173-8 - 27'6''
1 pc.
Light74''9.5''$79.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SG1020S76
STA-0150
Spinning10-201/2 - 1 1/27'6''
2 pc.
Medium64''9''$79.95 USD
SG80IS
STA-0087
Spinning8-201/2 - 38'
1 pc.
Medium75''11.5''$99.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Large Packaging Required
SG1220S80
STA-0151
Spinning12-203/4 - 28'
2 pcs.
Med - Hvy56''11''$99.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SG90IS
STA-0152
Spinning10-251 - 49'
2 pcs.
Medium65''20''$109.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SG1230S90
STA-0153
Spinning12-301 - 49'
2 pcs.
Med - Hvy57''15.5''$119.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SG1530S10
STA-0154
Spinning15-302 - 510'
2 pcs.
Med - Hvy67''17''$129.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SG1530S11
STA-0155
Spinning15-302 - 511'
2 pcs.
Med - Hvy66''19''$139.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
SG1740S11
STA-0156
Spinning17-403 - 811'
2 pcs.
Heavy65.5''18''$149.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
PG1230C90
STA-0158
Casting12-301 - 49'
2 pcs.
Med - Hvy85.5''18.5''$119.95 USD
Qty:
Oversize Packaging Required
PG2040C12
STA-0161
Casting20-404 - 1212'
2 pcs.
Heavy77''23''$189.95 USD
Star Stellar Surf rods provide superior rebound strength, hook-setting power, exceptional casting ability and performance. A high modulus graphite blank offers power and responsiveness. The finest parts available include a Fuji reel seat, cork tape grip and Pac Bay guides. Stellar Surf are covered by a limited lifetime warranty. Whether chasing bluefish and stripers or casting lures, there is a Stellar Surf rod for the job.


4.5 Stars based on 31 reviews
By Kenny
,
Lifetime warranty
November 18, 2019
You really can’t beat lifetime warranty for a benjamin! The 7’6 light and medium are my go to inshore setup
By Michael
Satellite Beach, FL
Tough Rods That Get The Job Done!
September 26, 2019
I cannot say anything bad about these rods. I bought 3 1 piece rods, 2 x 7'6 and one 8'. They are incredible. The 8' is my favorite for casting 2 oz kastmaster style spoons. They cast far. I have them all paired with Slammer III's. Perfect match for the surf and jetties, tanks. I've had them a while now and they take a beating and the guide rigs stay on. I'm so glad I upgraded to these from chain store cheapies.
By Catherine
Hawaii
surf casting
May 31, 2019
great rod for surf casting, nice and light.
By Erich
Alstead NH
Long casting
April 18, 2019
This rod is everything I hoped it would be and more. It makes super long casts, and has great action. This will definitely be my go to surf rod.
By Austin
Nj
Cast like a dream.
April 15, 2019
So I don't know how it handles any size fish just yet because I'm the only guy in NJ that didn't go on the recent bite as of late. Soon tho, if it's anything like other Star products it's wonderful. I've never had any problems with their rods.
By Shane
New Jersey
Great for the money
November 23, 2018
The SG76IS is great for fishing back bays with smaller lures and can handle days in the surf when it’s not too rough. It’s rated to two ounces but I wouldn’t think to throw that much on it.
ProsAffordable and looks high quality
ConsA little over rated as far as lures go
By Ann
Goldsboro, NC
8' 1pc still best feeling rod I own. Have 8,9 2pc rods but the 80is model can handle big drum along with small eatable panfish. Light but strong . Put penn slammer 4500 on it!! Da bomb
November 17, 2018
The 8' 1 piece is fav of all these and other mfgs. Model 80is with slammer 3 4500 n see if u don't start selling other stuff to get another.
By Bill B.
Pittsburgh PA
Nice light surf rod.
November 8, 2018
I was looking for a replacement of an old light action shorter (71/2 ft.) surf rod that I've had since the 70's! It took a while to find, but the star stellar lite fit the bill perfectly! I haven't used it yet, but I'm sure it will be great. I can't wait to try it out hopefully this spring in Florida casting jigs for pompano in the surf.The rod it's self has great components and is well built. Well worth the money!
By Jerry
NJ
Favorite 2 piece surf rod
October 10, 2018
I love this rod. Short butt length. Big guides, none of that silly micro stuff. Can throw 3/8-1.5oz. I use this rod to throw small bucktails, sp minnows and plastics in the NJ surf. Super fun to fish and handles keeper stripers without trouble. It is on the moderate-fast side, don't expect a very fast rod. It allows you to make far casts without much effort. It is just right for smaller presentations and I am super picky about rods.
Prosshort butt 2 piece stripper guide on the bottom half super light weight with plenty of backbone big guides allow knots with heavy leaders to pass freely
Consnone
By Jerry
NJ
Excellent 2 piece 8 foot surf rod for NJ
October 10, 2018
The rod is a little under rated as it is pretty stiff. I would say sweet spot is towards the upper range. I would rate it at 3/4-3oz. It is a very light rod with big guides and short butt length compared to other brands. In my opinion there is no point of owning a 8 foot rod with 20" butt length like st croix seems to like to do. This one is about 13". I really like that the stripper guide is on the bottom half of the rod. The guides are big and few and allow any kind of knot with heavy leader to pass through without getting destroyed. For the money I don't think you can do better for a 2 piece 8 foot rod and I have tried many.
Prosshort butt big guides light weight 2 piece stripper guide on the bottom half
Conshonestly none
By Bri
MA
Great rod
October 3, 2018
I couldn't be more happier with this rod at this price point. I've had more expensive, more popular name brands break on me. This rod does the job and it's reasonably priced. I have caught hundreds of striped bass on this rod with no issues. I can't say the same about the more expensive rods because they have all broken on me. I am a Star fan for sure.
ProsThe price and it has held up on countless fish. Thank you Star.
ConsNot much considering the price point.
By Steve
Maryland
SG761S
September 15, 2018
This rod is why I love star rods, Light, Loads well for the cast. You can fell every nibble. You will love this rod,
ProsLight, loads well on the cast. You can feel every nibble with this rod.
ConsNone.
By greg
mt holly, NJ
Launch's Light Lures
July 13, 2018
Awesome rod that launches light bucktails and sp minnows with ease.
ProsOne piece, lifetime warranty
Conszip
By Chris
Jersey Shore
Nice, light surf rod for a great price
February 12, 2018
I really like the rods from Star. When I don't want to load up the $300 Lami, this is a great option for a lighter day.
By Sean
bohemia, NY
light action strong rod
October 26, 2017
paired it with a bait runner 4k. Have caught everything on it from cock tail blues to 25lb bass. Nice for boats or kayaks or back channels
Prosgreat price for the quality wide range of uses
Consnone
21 Questions & 21 Answers
BB
from PA asked:
November 4, 2019
Would the 9 ft medium or 9 ft medium-heavy match better with a Shimano Sedona 6000 for 2-3 oz lures surf cas?ting for stripers.
1 Answer
The 9 foot medium heavy would be best casting that weight and paired with the 6000
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on November 4, 2019

Jeff
from Clearwater, FL. asked:
April 29, 2019
What is the rod action of the SG1530s10 and SG1530s11? Fast, moderate or slow?
1 Answer
The 10 foot is mh and the 11 foot is heavy. 

https://www.starfishingtackle.com/stellar-surf-spinning

Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on May 1, 2019

Jessie Thao
from GA asked:
February 1, 2019
would the 9ft m be a good pair for the Saragosa 6k?
1 Answer
The 9 foot would be a good pair for the 6000k Saragosa.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 1, 2019

Matt
from Pennsylvania asked:
January 5, 2019
Does the 11ft Spinner have a 50/50 split.
1 Answer
This is a 70/30 split
Submitted by: Bernie on January 7, 2019

Tom
from Cary, NC asked:
October 31, 2018
Hello, is the 10' a good match for a BG4000 and is this rod a 50/50 split? Thanks
1 Answer
The 4500 would match up a little better because of weight and line capacity, the rod is currently out of stock. When it does become available we'll be able to tell the split of the 10 foot rod.
Submitted by: Bernie on November 1, 2018

Brendan
from New Jersey asked:
July 29, 2018
For the star SG90IS Surf Spin (2pc) I was wondering if this would be a good plugging rod for stripers and blues off nj surf? Also what size penn slammer 3 would be the best matchup for this rod?
1 Answer
Either the 10 foot paired with the 4500 slammer III or the 5500 paired with the 11 foot would be a great combo for the surf.
Submitted by: Bernie on July 30, 2018

Alan
from Virginia asked:
September 8, 2017
Is the 9' two piece? And weight lures will it throw well?
1 Answer
Both 9 foot rods are a two piece and both are rated 1-4 oz lure rate.
Submitted by: Bernie on September 8, 2017

Dean
from Norwood, ma asked:
May 16, 2017
What is the weight of the 10 foot and 11 foot ?
1 Answer
The 10 foot star-rod weighs 13.8 ounces. The 11 foot star-rod weighs 14.5 ounces.
Submitted by: Bernie on May 18, 2017

Gary
from Florida asked:
July 3, 2019
Could this rod throw a 6inch spool tek and flair hawks for snook with a Saragosa 5000
1 Answer
I dont think you would have an issue tossing anything with the variety of lure weights they have available.
Submitted by: CHARLES on July 26, 2019

Dan
from boston asked:
May 30, 2019
Is it a good pair for surf fishing black sea bass, striper, fluke, b? Star Stellar 1-4 oz med heavy (SG1230S90) and Slammer 6500? 


Thx

1 Answer
Yes, this will be a good set up. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on June 5, 2019

Nick jaworski
from New Jersey asked:
November 13, 2018
Would the 9 foot medium be a good pair with the spinfisher 6 4500 for surf casting
1 Answer
Yes, that would pair very well with that rod.
Submitted by: Ricky on November 13, 2018

zach
from Florida asked:
November 11, 2018
Can i use this for the pier and jetty’s also? flipping mackerel and bluefish up a pier ?
1 Answer
Yes this rod will work for that application of fishing.
Submitted by: Ricky on November 12, 2018

Hookset
from New York asked:
August 17, 2018
What is the weight of the SG1740S11
1 Answer
The rod weighs 1 lb 8 oz.
Submitted by: Rebecca on August 17, 2018

Justin
from Blackwood nj asked:
February 13, 2018
Best reel size for the 8 foot 1/2 to 3? Is it a 50/50 split?
1 Answer
The best reel size would be 4000 Penn, Shimano, and Okuma 40 reels. For a Daiwa i would have to advise a 3000 or 3500 size reel.
Submitted by: Donald on February 14, 2018

James
from Davenport Iowa asked:
November 4, 2017
Which models are casting, and what lengths are available in casting
1 Answer
The bottom two models shown on the Star Stellar Lite Surf Rods page are casting rods 9' and 12'.
Submitted by: Donald on November 4, 2017

intothewild
from Oklahoma city, OK asked:
October 20, 2017
how come you guys don't carry the 12' spinning rod?
1 Answer
It is discontinued by Star.
Submitted by: John on October 23, 2017

Dean
from Massassuchetts asked:
May 18, 2017
What is the weight of sg1530s10 and sg1530s11 ? Thank you
1 Answer
sg1530s10 weighs 13.9 oz. sg1530s11 weighs 14.3 oz.
Submitted by: Devon on May 19, 2017

Chris
from Tulsa, Oklahoma asked:
March 25, 2017
What's the rod weight of the 9 foot medium and medium heavy action rod? Thanks in advance.
1 Answer
The 9' medium weighs 11.2 oz and the the 9' medium heavy weighs 10.6 oz.
Submitted by: Devon on March 28, 2017

Chris
from Tulsa, Oklahoma asked:
March 24, 2017
What's the rod weight of the 9 foot medium heavy?
1 Answer
The 9" MH weighs 10.6 oz.
Submitted by: Devon on March 27, 2017

RJ
from Fort pierce florida asked:
February 9, 2017
What is the weight of the 8 ft 1/2-3 oz rod
1 Answer
The weight of the Star Rods SG80IS Stellar Lite Surf Spinning Rod is 8 oz.
Submitted by: Donald on February 9, 2017

David
from Suffolk, VA asked:
February 5, 2017
Is the 7'6" medium 2 piece a 50/50 split?
1 Answer
The Star Rods SG1020S76 Stellar Lite Surf Spinning Rod is a 50/50 split.
Submitted by: Donald on February 9, 2017

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